Olympics-Themed Fashion

With the Olympics nearing, fashion brands are revealing Olympics-themed collections.

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It seems the fashion world has come down with a serious case of Olympic fever, as evidenced by an influx of London-themed collections, pop-ups and limited-edition product flooding into retailers. Lacoste has unveiled a Flag Capsule Collection inspired by the upcoming Olympic games. Polos range from $135 to $225, and totes will run $125.
Get glam for the games with a few coats of Sephora's glittery "USA! USA!" polish. $9.50 at Sephora
WANT Les Esentiels
Montreal-based luggage label, WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie, created a limited-edition collection of unisex tote bags in the colors of the Olympic rings.
Etsy seller Violasboutique sepecializes in quirky crocheted accessories and jewelry, including this charming Olympic necklace with dainty woven rings. $14 at Etsy.
Miu Miu
Miu Miu opted to fete the games in gilded style with a selection of gold, silver and bronze accessories, including these on-trend bowling bags.
Swedish Hasbeens
The shoes themselves may not have a special Olympic theme, but Swedish footwear label, Swedish Hasbeens , brought in members of their national Olympic team for their latest video lookbook.
Footwear label, Melissa—which has collaborated with the likes of Vivienne Westwood and Jason Wu—unveiled an Olympic-themed pop-up this week at 15 King Street.
This month's Vogue features a spread with supermodel Karlie Kloss posing with members of Team USA, including this striking, water-drenched shot with swimmer Ryan Lochte.
Dubbed "the official timekeeper" of this year's games, it only made sense for luxury watch label Omega to release an Olympic-themed collection.
Show your support for Team USA with your fingers with a few metallic coats of Butter's aptly-named "Heavy Medal" collection.
Rendered in soft, "vintage"-style cottons, Gap's collection of Olympic tees and tanks feature graphics for the London games as well as more nostalgic options customized for games past.
Swedish retail chain H&M is opening two pop-up stores dedicated to sportswear next month in London. The two shops will also stock a limited edition range of clothing in red, white and blue.
Nike has unveiled a range of Olympic gear, including the uniforms that will be worn by Team USA men’s and women’s basketball teams and track and field athletes, with many offerings available to the public. The Nike Dunk Olympic range is already making waves among sneaker aficionados.
One of New York's favorite retailers Opening Ceremony, founded by Humberto Leon and Carol Lim (pictured), is set to open a 3,000 square-foot pop-up shop in Covent Garden to coincide with the Olympics. The store will stock products developed in honor of the games by Proenza Schouler and Chloe Sevigny among others. The retailer has also collaborated with Adidas on an Olympics-inspired collection.
British fashion designer Paul Smith has launched a range of stamps for the Isle of Man post office, inspired by his good friend Olympic cyclist, and Isle of Man native, Mark Cavendish.
Ralph Lauren has designed Team USA's Olympic Village Collection. Those at home who want to get in on the Olympic action can customize zip-up jackets, T-shirts and dresses to mimic their favorite Olympic athletes. The Pima fleece USA track jacket (pictured) is priced at $165.
River Island and Adidas are launching a TEAM GB collection comprised of sportswear for men and women in red, white and blue. Expect hoodies with Union Jack motifs and bodycon dresses.
Famed London department store Selfridges will be selling London survival kits created by designers like Phillip Lim, Paul Smith and Oliver Spencer (pictured) including items like city guides, sneakers and windbreakers.
Stella McCartney, in partnership with Adidas, has designed an Olympics-inspired range including T-shirts and sweatshirts. Much of the collection is inspired by vintage sportswear.
Charlotte Olympia has taken inspiration from the upcoming Olympics and created this Pandora clutch in perspex complete with a Union Jack pouch, selling for $965.
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